Archaeological finds on a construction site - whether expected or unexpected - can lead to delays and costs to project programmes.
Examples of the historic environment in terrestrial, intertidal or marine locales present opportunities to add value to development projects.
The opportunity to maximise the economic, social and environmental benefits and lasting legacy potential provided by the historic environment can be realised from early identification and integration into project design through to incorporation into the built asset.
These benefits can range from creating community / amenity spaces to providing educational resources as well as the potential to generate income (eg increased tourism) and contributing to creation of a lasting legacy through the preservation of examples of the UK’s rich historical and cultural heritage.
Delegates at the webinar will:
- Hear a selection of case studies which will present good practice and lessons learned for managing archaeology in construction
14:00 CIRIA Introduction William Gates
14:05 Chair's Introduction
Abigail Bryant, Wessex Archaeology
14:10 Adding value through archaeology:
Otterpool Park Garden Settlement, A Case Study
Jenny Wylie, Arcadis
14:25 Delivering Current Infrastructure : An Archaeological Contractors View
Russel Coleman, Headland Archaeology
14:40 Lessons from the shoreline: Heritage collaboration on
Environment Agency coastal realignment projects
Ed Wilson, Environment Agency
Programme subject to change
Abigail Bryant, Wessex Archaeology (Chair)
Jenny Wylie, Arcadis
Russel Coleman, Headland Archaelogy
Thursday 4th July
14:00 - 15:20
(registration from 13:45)
Free for all to attend
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